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Hey guys, so there's just a few more months left until college!! I've already been accepted into the College of Natural Sciences under the Biology major, but now I am kind of iffy as to what I want to major in. My future goal is to get accepted into dental school and so I want to choose the best major that will give me the greatest chance of getting accepted, with, of course, good grades, and a high DAT score. Anyways, I'm wondering if I should switch my major to biomedical engineering or double major? Because if I don't get accepted into dental school, there really isn't that much I can do with a simple biology degree. I know that those two majors don't share a whole lot of courses and so I will probably have to stay more than the normal 4 years. I also want to know if the biomedical engineering major is extremely difficult or not. I know that Texas dental schools require several hours of courses for science-majors, so the biology major would work for that, but not as much the biomedical engineering. I also don't want to minor in either.
So it would really help if I could get some input/suggestions as to whether I should go with only a biology major, only a biomedical major, or double major?